Experience with MSI PRO Z790-P or MSI PRO Z690 DDR5 Motherboards?

The MSI PRO Z690 DDR4 works good with Qubes. Somebody has experience with MSI PRO Z790-P or with the MSI PRO Z690 DDR5 Motherboards?

They supports also Coreboot.

Dasharo v0.9 for the Z790 was released today for anyone with a paid subscription.

I don’t have any experience with the Z790 version, but I’ve been using the Z690 version for over a year, the early access announcement says the Z690 and Z790 have the same feature.

I just ordered an 13900K and MSI Z790-p DDR4, I’m fairly confident it’s going to work like the Z690.

Why not the MSI Z790-p DDR5?

I would save around $300 on the board and not having to buy new memory.

What think you about this?

I bought the Z690 ddr5 and flashed it using their DTS software and it works perfectly. Typing to you from it right now on Qubes.

I’m looking for an ITX format, using stock UEFI, would any of this MSI support translate to a MSI MPG z760I Wifi board ? https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/MPG-Z790I-EDGE-WIFI/Specification

I’m thinking an i5-12600k cpu and 2 sticks of 48gb RAM

CORSAIR VENGEANCE RGB DDR5 RAM 96GB (2x48GB) 5600MHz CL40 Intel XMP iCUE Compatible Computer Memory - Black (CMH96GX5M2B5600C40)

which the MSI site seems to show as compatible at least with a version number

CORSAIR CMH96GX5M2B5600C40 ver3.53.02 DDR5 4800 5600 Spectek B 1.25 DUAL 48

Kind of a big investment, and everything has to be shipped, so trying to do due diligence.

Any comments ?

PS: https://www.qubes-os.org/doc/certified-hardware/ says

To be compatible with Qubes OS, the BIOS must properly expose all the VT-x, VT-d, and SLAT functionality that the underlying hardware offers (and which we require). Among other things, this implies **proper DMAR ACPI table** construction.

would this board have a “proper DMAR table” ?